Hollywood producer John Paul Rice took on the brave act of calling out the pedophilia and sex trafficking that occurs in Tinsel Town.
"This is a child abuse system that we have been living in for a very long time and it’s been allowed to go on. I will not be silent about this," Rice said.
Rice directed films like "Juno" and "Remember the Titans" and now he is using his position to fight for the kids. He is doing all he can to expose the disgusting underbelly of Hollywood.
Here is more of what he said:
“When the MeToo movement started in 2017 I reached out to several of my female actress friends who were prominent in LA, many of you would know them by name… and I said ‘What about the children?’ and the response was ‘We know, we know’ but they were silent on it. And it destroyed me because it destroyed my allusion of what rights, human rights were, children’s rights were. This is a child abuse system that we have been living in for a very long time and it’s been allowed to go on. I will not be silent about this… The people on television who smile at you, who tell you stories, who give you news, are the ones who hide all of this from us.”
Check out the powerful video below:
People are finally stepping up in support of the children. There appears to be a shift in the culture and let's hope it continues to happen.
Thank you for speaking out, Mr. Rice. Hopefully, you inspire more in your position to follow in your footsteps.
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